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Two voices still heard – Millions forever silenced

Today’s journal entry – Thoughts from my amazing assistant Nan Castello! Today we woke up in Haarlem, Netherlands.  As we walked to the bus stop, about 10 minutes away, many of the students commented on how beautiful this place is and how peaceful it feels after being in the hustle and bustle of London and […]

There is NO Distinction!

Monday in Haarlem Leaving Paris we embarked on another train ride!  After checking into the hotel we set out to explore the town center of Haarlem. The architecture of the 100+ year old buildings is breathtakingly amazing!  Cobblestone streets, the year of the buildings decoratively engraved, set in stone to forever declare that we’ve stood […]

Life ! ! !

Catacombs – Life Happens Eiffel Tower – Life Celebrated Normandy – Life Marginalized, Exterminated, Fought For, Liberated Catacombs: Life Happens Death is a part of life. Not one we really like to talk about.  As believers we have the hope of eternal life. We know with assurance we will be reunited with our loved ones […]

Fast Train to Paris

Took a Fast Train to Paris! Friday Morning 11 days seems like a long time … however … It is flying by!  Literally, at moments it truly is. We left London wishing for more time to see MANY more places but, alas, Paris was calling. Landing after 1:30 (another time change) we checked into the […]

Take Courage

~ Take Courage “Fear is a reaction. Courage is a decision.” ~  Winston S. Churchill “You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, I lived through this horror, I can take the next thing that comes […]

That’s Big Ben?

Underconstruction! Aren’t we all? At least that should be the goal… right? Constantly pressing in to become more like the one in whose image we’re created? Just a thought! A day of sightseeing on the Red Bus, Achilles’ statue, another statue, the horse, famous buildings and streets, Churchill’s War Rooms, Westminster Abbey, WA gift shop, […]

Summit Welcomes a New Jr Board Member – Daphne Zuniga

The Summit Christian Academy Board has appointed Daphne Zuniga to Jr. Board Member status today, March 27, 2019. Our board, administrators and faculty have already benefited greatly over the past several months from Mrs. Zuniga’s talent and gifted leadership. We are looking forward to her contributions to further enrich our amazing Summit culture and driving […]

2019 Art Festival Winners!

Last night’s Annual SCA Art Festival and Family Art Night was a huge success & we are SO proud of ALL the students! Please congratulate to them on their beautiful artwork! Thank you to all the volunteers for all their hard work that helped make the Art Festival a success! Listed below is a list […]

Engineering Class visits ERCOT

On Thursday March 7, our engineering students went to ERCOT, the Electrical Reliability Council of Texas, in Taylor. ERCOT manages the electrical grid in Texas from their Taylor campus. Students learned about some of the challenges engineers face in maintaining a reliable supply of electricity to meet the demands of customers throughout the state. Advantages […]

Seniors are published!!

Our high school seniors have been working hard in their English Literature class. Not only are they learning to write papers, read novels and discuss them, but the class is doing much more. The goal with this assignment, specifically, was to not only hone student skills in argumentation and composition, but also to bring attention […]

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